D&D has the opposite problem of the Star Trek movies, so it’ll be interesting to see how Type V turns out.
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Funny you mention that. That’s the relationship I have with the Star Trek movies and D&D editions.
They’re alike in that they promise a world of limitless imagination yet are intellectual property franchises stewarded by bean-counters, are approximately 40 years old, have serious problems attracting new blood, and have the grouchiest fans who can never be satisfied.
It’s a really good analogy.
I didn’t care for 2e, Pathfinder and have not tried 4e or 3.5.
For fun, I signed up to be a playtester.
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